assemblance

Related to assemblance: Havior

assemblance

(əˈsɛmbləns)
n
the action or process of gathering or congregating

assemblance

(əˈsɛmbləns)
n
the look or impression of something
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I retired to rest at night; my slumbers, as it were, waited on and ministered to by the assemblance of grand shapes which I had contemplated during the day.
or the assemblance of Rich Tea half moons I dot around whichever house I happen to be in.
A concept is a multiplicity, an assemblance of components that are singularities ('"a" possible world, "a" face, "some" words .
Care I for the limb, the thews, the stature, bulk, and big assemblance of a man?
The three-day conference at The New York Hilton Hotel attracted an enthusiastic assemblance of retailers, owners and developers.
I was standing in Govan Bank on a hellish wet day with all assemblance of dignity washed away in the downpour.
She screams her shocked body out her head, that thick industrial assemblance of nostrils and scalp, inconsolable beyond all belief.